Hongkong Jockey Club Mt. Davis Youth Hostel
123 Mount Davis Path Pokfulam
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Jockey Club Mt. Davis Youth Hostel, situated against the backdrop of Mount Davis in Pokfulam, offers you the best of both worlds to enjoy sublime view over Victoria Harbour while a buzzing centre of clubs, bars, and restaurants in Hong Kong is within reach. You can also opt for an historic walk following our Mount Davis Heritage Trail Map to visit a cluster of World War Two military relics, including the command headquarters, arsenal and batteries of the British military forces at Mount Davis and in the nearby Lung Fu Shan Country Park. Free shuttle bus service runs between the hostel and Shun Tak Centre in Sheung Wan - a 20-minute ride will take you to the heart of Hong Kong’s vibrant nightlife area where Lan Kwai Fong and Soho are within walking distance.
Dormitories, twin-bedded, sea view twin-bedded, 4 bedded and 6 bedded rooms, and group accommodation are available. The newly furbished hostel offers free Wi-Fi access, backpack-sized lockers with power sockets (lock exclusive), a common room equipped with a pool table, a canteen-cum-multi-purpose room, a TV room, a barbeque site, and self-help laundry service. The market at Sheung Wan Municipal Services Building (15 minutes walk from Sheung Wan Shun Tak Centre shuttle bus stop) is an ideal stop for ingredients if you want to cook at our self-catering kitchen.
Hop on the well-connected MTR at Sheung Wan station, located just off the shuttle bus stop at Shuk Tak Centre, and you will be in the shopping districts in Central, Causeway Bay, and Tsim Sha Tsui within minutes; funseekers can visit the Hong Kong Disneyland by a 40-minute MTR ride from Sheung Wan station or take a bus at Admiralty station to the Ocean Park.
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